Features Healthcare

Steve Crocker – Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s a unique challenge when it comes to safeguarding data for healthcare providers. It must be secured according to risk and regulatory requirements, but at the same time, shared with other community care givers and vendors involved in providing patient care. It’s almost counterintuitive—restrict access to sensitive, regulated data but at the same time, share […]

Frank Elston – Health Connect America

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Frank Elston isn’t a family therapist but has the greatest empathy for them. They’re the frontliners assisting at-risk children, and his mission is aiding their cause. That he pursues from behind the scenes at Health Connect America, a private agency that now contracts with government agencies in five southern states to provide personalized services to […]

Thurston Smith – Swope Health Services

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s physical health, it’s also taken a toll in other ways. “People with a history of mental illness were among the first people we reached out to because we can’t let them fall through the cracks,” says Thurston Smith, the CIO with Swope Health Services. “Just because COVID is […]

Sergio Vela – HealthCare.com

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With the process complicated and often dread-inducing, nobody likes looking for insurance. For people 65 and older, it can be particularly daunting, involving complex coverages, rising prescription costs, and changing health care needs as they age. It’s an equation where the wrong choice can become very costly. Sergio Vela can’t personally say which plans are […]

Rajeev Ronanki – Anthem Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Do you know how many ways there are to treat someone with diabetes? Sydney Health can answer that, says Rajeev Ronanki, the President, Digital Platforms for Anthem Inc. However, Sydney Health does not wear a stethoscope, tell a patient to say “ahh” or screen blood sugar levels—it’s an app that reminds people of health care […]

Steve Thompson – U.S. Medical Management

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Consider Steve Thompson an IT leader who makes house calls. As CIO for U.S. Medical Management, he’s not actually on the road providing in-home health care and hospice services for the company. However, in the nearly 12 years he’s been with the company, he’s helped create and manage the networks that allow providers to care […]

Larry Helms – Valley-Wide Health Systems

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In 1976, doctors founded Valley-Wide Health Systems with an objective to ensure rural Colorado communities had reliable access to quality health care. Forty-five years and one pandemic later, the nonprofit continues growing, impacting more than 33,000 Coloradans each year. Its technology department, led by Larry Helms, is one reason why. Case in point: an electronic […]

Christopher Ross – Clover Health

Est. reading time: 3 mins

They’re supposed to be the golden years, a time when folks can ease into retirement, pursue new passions or maybe see the places they’ve never visited. Those golden years can be quickly clouded by confusion over health insurance, though. Determining which plans are best, and how to fill coverage gaps in Medicare or Medicare Advantage […]

Julio Gonzalez – US MED

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Diabetes patients have a familiar if unpleasant routine: hold out your finger … and jab! Soon, the finger becomes a pin cushion, albeit for the sake of obtaining important information about blood glucose levels. Though still common, those painful tests are no longer necessary, says Julio Gonzalez. His employer, US MED, partnered with manufacturers to […]

Paul VanAmerongen – UW Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In his 20 years as a chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy—and as the first IT leader for the Pacific Trident submarine fleet—Paul VanAmerongen did everything from troubleshooting the mainframe computers to updating the unit’s networking equipment. But none of the challenges quite compare to the one in 1999, when he literally wrote the […]


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